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Effective Communication in the Workplace for Employees: Learned Skills and Styles that Come After We Leave Home

DOWNLOAD THE BROCHURE FROM OUR CATALOGPoll any group of employees—from the mail room to the upper levels of management--and you’ll find poor workplace communication as one of the top organizational complaints. For something that we do every day, we just don’t seem to be very good at it. In fact, the attitude that communication should [...]

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Supervisor Training for New Supervisors or New Managers

Supervisor Training for New Supervisors or New Managers Using PowerPoint, DVD, Video, or an Online Training Web CourseHow to Improve productivity of your employees?Improve productivity of your employees and reduce the risk of having your company sued by training supervisors to act with professional skill and mature purpose in leading others. Help them deal with their attitude [...]

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Creating an Employee Newsletter for the Workplaces

Do you need the employee newsletter tips or ideas how to create employee newsletters with perfection?Does the thought of using employee newsletter tools for your job sound a little off-putting? If you are going to do your own internal company newsletter or employee newsletter with no help from a software program or simple system, then you are going [...]

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Employee Assistance Program Resources and Essential EAP Training for Employees and Supervisors to Maximize Help

EAP resources to help employee assistance programs perform better—EAP resources offered by vendors in America—are becoming scarcer and harder to find. There is one reason for this – less of a need. Not less of a need because EAPs are producing their own materials, but the less of a need because there are fewer EAPs serving American businesses [...]

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DOT Supervisor Training--A Few Place Where Many Fall Short

During a DOT supervisor training course, supervisors learn about the signs and symptoms of alcohol misuse and the signs and symptoms of drug abuse so they can spot these behaviors on the job when employees experience them. Although supervisors are not able determine with finality whether an employee is under the influence, the education provided to supervisors allows them to document [...]

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Respect in the Workplace PowerPoint Training for Employees: Ten Areas of Disrespect for PPT Training (DVD, Video, or Web Course)

Mastering the Respectful Workplace: 10 Tips to Boost Productivity and MoralePreview this full 88 image, editable, customize-able 30 minute product with handouts, role plays, test, and certificate of completion.1. Dignifying the Differences in Others2. Avoiding Sexual Harassment3. Stifling Rumors and Foregoing Gossip4. Voicing Concerns and Opinions Diplomatically5. Nonverbal Workplace Communication Nixes Morale 6. Rejecting Bullying and Ridicule7. Excuse [...]

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Helping Employees Understand Depression and Seek Help from the Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Training and educating employees about mental health may still seem like an activity that has nothing to do with the average employer's primary business purpose. Many managers and leadership staff still vehemently reject the idea that a company should wander into addressing this and other areas of employee wellness. But they adopt this attitude at [...]

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Opioids: What You Need to Know

Opioids include illicit drugs like heroin and licit prescription pain relievers like oxycodone, hydrocodone, codeine, morphine, methadone, fentanyl, and others. Opioids interact with the nervous system to relieve pain. Many users will experience extremely pleasurable effects from them, and risk of addiction.Update, Facts, and Figures Of the 20.5 million Americans 12 or older who had a [...]

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What You Need to Know About Opioids in DOT Drug and Alcohol Awareness or Reasonable Suspicion Training

About 2 million Americans either are addicted or abuse opioids, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This makes DOT drug and alcohol education about opioids not only required by law for supervisors in regulated positions, but also an important educational section for any reasonable suspicion training program in order to help make an impact [...]

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Discussing Stigma, Myths, and Misconceptions in DOT Reasonable Suspicion Training

DOT reasonable suspicion training should include a short discussion with supervisors about the myths and misconceptions associated with alcoholism and drug addiction, and the impact these beliefs have on being effective in supporting a drug free workplace policy. My advice, so you have a bit of extra credibility, other than the force of your voice and degree, [...]

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